Cornering

Slow going over the last few days. My energy level hoses, may have a kink somewhere, or maybe the world accidentally parked her car on it or something. Anyway, I caved in, and cut a jig out of plywood and got gluing earlier, on the parts which will turn it from a concept into a vessel.

First of the enclosing bonds.

Should I mention that I’m actually a touch, proud, of this here invention? All my prep was bang on, my initial design was also bang on, and whatever modifications I made along the way have really just been indulgent.

If I were to make something like this for sale, it would be simpler, maybe one or two additional parts, like a liner material, I think I’d have to charge more than I’d like to pay for one, given the reasonable options on the ‘zon (that mega online retailer’s last syllable, just because I don’t want the algo’s to see it in my post and them find a way to saturate me with nonsense). Why then am I making my own, if the zon ones are so ‘resonable’? Challenge, see how well I can follow my own instructions, nothing else on the market as tough and fits exactly what these do.

Before I close the bag up, I need to put in the corners, and consider my center strategy.
I literally just invented these, measured, cut & sanded.